5 workout tips when traveling
I get it! Getting your workouts in when traveling for work or pleasure can be challenging. Aside from the time spent getting from here to there, you’ve got other things you need to do at your destination; it’s not as convenient to get a workout in away from home; and you may not be sure exactly what to do with different exercise equipment available to you (if any!). Read on for 5 practical tips on how to get exercise in while traveling.
Recently, I’ve gotten several questions about what online training is, and what Take Charge Fitness is all about more specifically. Questions have included:
Hello and welcome! Since this is the first blog, I’ll admit my head is spinning as there are so many things I’m excited about sharing with you in the areas of training, nutrition, and recovery that are the backbone of getting and staying in great shape for a lifetime. These are things I’ve successfully infused into my own life and have helped incorporate into my client’s day-to-day lives to achieve their fitness goals. But there is plenty of time for that. And, since many of those visiting this site may just be starting out, or getting back to a regular exercise program after a layoff, let's start with 6 misconceptions - of what I call "psychological demons" - that hold people back from realizing their fitness potential. These are the things that you think about, or even obsess over, and are very likely limiting your ability to reach your fitness goals. Let’s address them head-on right now:
Jim is a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and Precision Nutrition L1 certified.